Frugal Rash Help: Cradle Cap

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, April 26, 2016 | 1 comments
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A simple cure for cradle cap.

I found that none of the "special" shampoos was working for us.

Finally what worked was his diaper ointment.

So now his diaper ointment does triple duty!

Triple Paste Triple Paste Medicated Ointment for Diaper Rash, 2-Ounce - medicated ointment for diaper rash works quickly to relieve raw irritated skin
It works for his diaper rashes, my dry skin, and cradle cap.


Thanks to Paige for this Frugal Baby Tip!

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Image: Safety 1st cradle cap care includes unique tools to help you gently and effectively treat your baby's cradle cap. Use the dual-sided mitt to apply and rub in shampoo or baby oil. Then use the 2-in-1 brush and comb to remove the cradle cap.

GREAT TIP: Try the Safety 1st Cradle Cap Care Tools - includes unique tools to help you gently and effectively treat your baby's cradle cap. Use the dual-sided mitt to apply and rub in shampoo or baby oil. Then use the 2-in-1 brush and comb to remove the cradle cap.





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1 comments

  1. Melissa says:

    i use a soft toothbrush and baby oil.
    put decent amount of oil on babys head, wait a few minutes for it to absorb and make the cradle cap moist. rub soft toothbrush gently on babys head in circular motion. wipe with a wet cloth and re apply oil if needed.

    worked great for us.

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